Amum: NCP intends to deny self-determination for South

June 3, 2009 (Miraya FM)

The SPLM Secretary General, Pagan Amum, has accused the National Congress Party of intending to withdraw from what was previously agreed upon, regarding the self determination of South Sudan which is stipulated in the Naivasha Agreement.

While speaking to Miraya FM, Amum said that the NCP kept on dodging issues relating to the referendum of southern Sudan, describing that as a breach of the rights of the Southerners.

Miraya FM could not get a reaction from the NCP regarding Amum's statements.

Meanwhile, the joint high executive committee of the NCP and the SPLM will hold a meeting in Khartoum today headed by the Vice President of the Republic, Ali Osman Taha, and the Vice President of the Government of South Sudan, Dr. Riek Machar, to discuss several pending issues topped by the referendum on "Self Determination Act".


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